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Literally the second the 'OBD tracker' is plugged in or the 'under hood tracker' is connected to the battery terminals it will appear on the designated monitoring web site screen. This shows the position of the vehicle and once it is driven off it will show the route it takes and a host of other reports which are available at the click of a button.

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The system will produce the following information on any screen connected to the internet.

Stationary Idle times -  This is important in hot locations where drivers leave the engine running to maintain a cool  temperature in the cab from the air conditioning. Bearing in mind some deliveries can take up to 30 minutes to unload this is a lot of fuel used.

Route and Route Deviation - Shows where the vehicle is travelling at any time and also history reports can be pulled for days/weeks prior .

Over speed - Logs when a driver is speeding and also sends an alarm to the fleet manager. When using the OBD port an audible alarm also sounds within the vehicle

Mileage - Gives the exact mileage a vehicle has travelled in any given period of time. This not only enables monitoring of a drivers movements but also monitoring of fuel efficiency .

Run Time - Shows how long a certain route has taken the driver

Geo Fence - This enables a fleet manager to pre set a route which if deviated from will send an alarm and produce a report.